August 9th, 12pm
Microbrewery (at 720 Norris St. in Ypsilanti)
To help celebrate the inaugural Ypsi-Arbor Beer Week, we’re teaming up with our sister brewery in downtown Ann Arbor and Bike Ypsi for a brewery to brewery bike ride! Join us as we set off from the Microbrewery and take a leisurely ride to our downtown Ann Arbor pub on Washington Street. Both facilities will be offering happy hour pricing for participants!The ride itself will take approximately 90 minutes one way, but will be designed for riders of all ability and skill!
10am – 7pm
Sunday, August 17th
11am – 6pm
West Cross St. by S. Huron St.,in Depot Town, Ypsilanti, just east of Huron Street. (Map)
As in past years Bike Ypsi will provide, free, attended and guarded, valet bicycle parking will be offered at the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival. Also available at the valet parking site will be a bicycling information table as well as free minor bicycle adjustments and tire pump-ups.
Also, volunteers are needed to staff the Bike Ypsi valet bike parking area during the Ypsi Heritage Festival. Signup is easy. Just go to the Doodle calendar athttp://doodle.com/svngg6v9yr3ywfxs
, enter your name, followed by your email address (so we can contact you with information) and pick your shift (volunteering for more than one shift is appreciated!). Thanks in advance for any help on this very popular service to those attending the Festival! For more information on volunteering contact Bob at email@example.com
or call 734-487-9058.
Sunday, September 14, 1 – 5pm
Corner Brewery 720 Norris St, near River and Forest, Ypsilanti
Tour starts from the Brewery, visits 6 taquerias, and returns to the Corner for a special pour of beer. 15-20 miles. Registration cost includes food and swag. Riders have the option of choosing meat, veggie or vegan tacos. Reservations required! Don’t miss out! Sign up early; get your spot for this ride. Cost for 2014 is TBD (it’s typically around $20). Contact Tom Lennon for info firstname.lastname@example.org